Lockdown has meant many things to many people, and this is particularly true when it comes to health, fitness and wellbeing.
Today, the fitness industry is worth billions globally. But everything recently came to a halt and we have been forced to find new ways to stay active. Are these new methods making us think we can live without gyms? Or is isolated training helping us realise that they offer more than just a place to exercise?
Manchester is one of the worst cities in the UK for bike thefts, ranking 30th out of 351 cities, not including Scottish cities, putting it in the top 10%.
Is ‘floating’ the future of fitness? MM investigates the health craze that’s officially arrived in Manchester
Imagine a pitch-black space. You’re lay down, but you can’t feel your body. You can’t see anything, you can’t hear anything, you can’t smell anything.
Mancunians are being urged to take part in an ‘oar-some’ fundraising challenge for Cancer Research UK.
Move Like A Pro kicks off at Sale Sharks on Monday with club ambassador and former player Mark Cueto eager to throw his support behind the project.
A new app designed to take the hard work out of organising and discovering sport and fitness classes has hit the app stores.
There can be few days in the year when you feel your single status more keenly than on Valentine’s Day – the day when we’re all “supposed” to be loved-up.
Manchester Metropolitan University’s Pole Dancing Society hasn’t been around long, but its impact has been huge and its popularity is soaring.
Europe’s largest indoor trampoline park has started a boot camp in an effort to promote fitness.
Geordie Shore’s Charlotte Crosby on weight loss, being a ‘wild child’ and behaviour that’s too outrageous for TV
Charlotte Crosby from Geordie Shore has transformed her image with drastic weight loss and is helping people achieve their goal figure with her new book.